A man wanted for shooting at an Okmulgee County deputy Monday night was captured around 7 Tuesday morning.
Dustin MarrisDustin Marris is being sought after he is alleged to have fired multiple shots at a deputy while trying to escape aorund 10:45 near Wilson.
The deputy was trying to stop a vehicle driven by Marris north of Henryetta. That driver sped off toward Wilson and is said to have shot at the deputy before crashing his car in the area of Wilson road and Honey Creek Road. Marris, 32, left the vehicle and escaped on foot.
He is described as a Native American, five feet, six inches tall and weighing about 140 pounds. When he was last seen he was wearing a gray t-shirt and jeans.
County deputies as well as Muscogee Lighthorse, Henryetta police and Tulsa police air support unit were involved in the search for Marris.
He has had previous felony convictions out of Okmulgee including robbery, kidnapping and burglary.